Woll2Woll - FirePower suite of components for FireMonkey

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Embarcadero Technology Partner Spotlight

Woll2Woll - FirePower suite of components for FireMonkey
Roy Woll - Woll2Woll Software
Thursday, May 14, 2015

YouTube video – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EVInJIg1STY

Our exciting new FireMonkey suite of components (FirePower) allow you to rapidly build expressive, powerful, and blazingly fast applications for both the mobile space and desktop using Embarcadero's RAD Studio or AppMethod. Once you start building applications with the combination of Embarcadero's programming paradigm and FirePower, you will realize how expensive in both time and money it was to use anything else. Start your free trial of both products now!

FirePower 5 - We are very excited to bring you an update of our FireMonkey components. FirePower is our most revolutionary InfoPower since its inception and brings advanced controls for both the mobile space and the desktop when using RAD Studio. This new version focuses on mobile enhancements (smooth scrolling), quality, and performance. For a more in-depth overview of whats included in FirePower, download the overview. We are also offering a free trial which you can download.

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  • john L5219
    john L5219 Wednesday, 1 July 2015

    I just placed an order, am hoping that those issues (there were others) will not be in the official release because as an struggling developer I can't afford the yearly maintenance fees. I don't make any money on my development. Anyway. Wishing myself good luck.

  • john L5219
    john L5219 Wednesday, 1 July 2015

    I know this is a trial, but can't see why it locks up on me when I update a cell's contents. at run time. It locks up so bad that I have to "task" out of the application. This is not a good way to push a trial version for people to test a component. This is frustrating.

  • john L5219
    john L5219 Wednesday, 1 July 2015

    Hi David, have you actually used the grid UI yet on android ?

    I saw this news a few days ago and am very interested. I am mainly interested in the grid if it has smooth scrolling like the listview on android.

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